I just saw a picture of a cat stuck in a box. Hahahaha!
A lot of people these days seem to think that instead of the impersonal LOL or ROFL used long ago in the early 21st century, typing out laughter is a better way to convey emotion. Every time I see it, however, I can't help but think that the person who typed out that message had on the same blank stare that I get watching Jeopardy. Unaware yet still willing to make it look like they were paying attention. It reminds me of Khyan's sketch about the internet. It is a rare case in which text gets across more emotion than facial expression. So, what do we think of this? When you see a hahaha somewhere, do you imagine that person actually laughed, or do you accept the fact that it's just an illusion to make you believe they laughed?